FOOTBALL: Morning Links

Texas Tech defensive coordinator Ruffin McNeill says you shouldn’t get too caught up in the numbers when considering the defenses in the Big 12.
Houston Nutt says you shouldn’t get caught up in the numbers when considering his bowl record.

— PA

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5 Responses to “FOOTBALL: Morning Links”

  1. kylebuddy Says:

    I don’t care if the Qb’s great. Ole Miss has beaten Tim Tebow, Casey Dick, Jefferson and Garret, (from LSU) and almost pulled down Riley Skinner and Jon-Parker Wilson. Sounds like hes just giving excuses at #66 in the country, because were #14. I really don’t have a problem with HN’s bowl record. Maybe they just didn’t have luck. And as McNeil said, “Statistics are
    for people playing the game,” and I just think that wont matter because nobody on this team has made it to a bowl game. Their going to train hard, and do you think that their going to spare a moment to think about HN’s bowl record?
    Who’s ready to go and get our 9th WIN!

  2. djrebel Says:

    I like your enthusiasm Kylebuddy, although it was Jason Cook who said statistics are for people who are not playing in the game. Did you get your jersey from the cleaners?

    — PA

  3. Raleighrebel Says:

    PA, I posted a couple of links down in the ‘Evening Update’ about a couple of people that have Hardy predicted to go in the 1st round. Not sure if you had a chance to look at it. Also not sure how reputable those sources are.

  4. djrebel Says:

    Thanks, I’ll take a look.

    — PA

  5. kylebuddy Says:

    Yeah, and it fits.

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